Chapter 2 EE-STEM in primary-middle years
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The eclectic journey of James Davis highlights the value of life experience when teaching EE. This chapter illustrates the complex development of a teaching philosophy for teaching others to teach entrepreneurship education. The importance of critical reflection is explored, as are the ideas of persona development and validation boards. Davis also emphasizes the importance of being respectful to learner contexts and approaches.

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